Thursday, 24 October 2013

Big Day For Sheep

It was a wonderful sunny and cloudy  spring morning on October. Sally was just chilling out with her friends grazing  through the lovely green grass. Sally and her mates were enjoying the nice warm weather at Molesworth Station.

As Sally was still grazing through the grass she heard something that sounded really familiar. She turned to her right and saw there were the dogs on the four wheeler. Sally was so worried that what was going to happen to them now.

The ewes saw the dogs and they scattered along the grass and waited to see what was the huntaways and eye dogs were going to do to them.

Suddenly the dogs took them in a shed and all the sheep were crowded in a small space. Sally was Terrified, she didn’t know what was going on. She could still hear dogs barking and being noisy.

As Sally walked towards the door she was frightened what was going to happen to her. The shearer grabbed her and flipped her over on to the ground. Sally was trying to escape, and the shearer was shearing the wool off sally. She could hear her friend Chloe screaming and telling the other ewe’s to run.

Finally it was finished the ewe’s felt more better with all that fat hot wool on them.
Now all the ewe’s went off and played and enjoyed the lovely wearther

1 comment:

  1. Hey Meleane,

    In the beginning of your story I thought Sally was a girl. But then half-way through the story I started understanding because it said that the shearer grabbed her and flipped heR over. And you added LOTS OF detail!




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